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Pups of the Spirit
By Jill Gorey and Nancy Haller, illustrated by Deborah Melmon
Published by Zondervan
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On 4/19 Moonpie wrote: What a unique way to teach the fruits of the spirit to young children! Children and the love of animals go hand in hand. This combined with rhythm and rhyme of the words is a sure way to help children grasp and remember the principles of the fruits of the spirit. A different pup illustrates each fruit ... DELIGHTFUL AND FUN!
On 4/17 Rachel Davis wrote: I have yet to find a child who does not like animals, especially baby animals. Authors Jill Gorey and Nancy Haller take this concept and add it to the Fruits of the Spirit and the result is a very cute, adorable book entitled Pups of the Spirit. Each pup is given a "Fruit of the Spirit" which is a trait ... Very cute way to teach kids
On 3/27 RunningRachel wrote: One of our new favorite books is called Pups of the Spirit by ZonderKidz. This super kid-friendly book teaches the fruits of the spirit with pups. Each pup (9) has a unique quality that God has given them: peace, kindness, joy, self-control, gentleness, patience, faithfulness, love and goodness. Each ... Super cute and colorful book!
On 3/24 Growing UP Madison wrote: Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this book for review. No other compensation was received. Though the book was free, opinions are 100% my very own. Mommy is always looking for books to enrich my learning. While we believe in God we don't always speak about him on the blog. We do celebrate ... Pups of the Spirit - Book Review
On 3/13 Cheryl H wrote: Pups in the Spirit is a fun-loving, whimsical way to help children to remember the Fruits of God's Spirit as spoken about in Galatians 5:22, 23. This book is written for the under eight set, and since I happen to have one of those around, I decided to give the book a whirl. Deborah Melmon is a fantastic ... Pups of the Spirit: A Review
On 3/11 Angela Parsley wrote: I received this book free of charge from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. This book is listed as a book geared toward 4-8 year olds. I thought maybe 3-5 year olds was more accurate because though very cute it was very basic in concepts. This book was okay. I have read it several times. ... Book Review: Pups of the Spirit
On 3/10 Alyssa Sampson wrote: Pups of the Spirit teaches kids about the fruit of the Spirit by personifying the characteristics as playful puppies! This sounds cute, and the book itself has charming rhymes and engaging illustrations, but I found the spiritual content of the book very disappointing. First of all, the fruit of the ... I wanted to Like this book, but I didn't
On 3/10 alisa wrote: I am always on the lookout for cute, tender stories to read to my two little boys. They love anything with animals and this book didn’t disappoint. The rhyming and structure is perfect for little ones’ ears. The illustrations are fun and exciting, which is a must for little boys. I, as a mother, ... Booksneeze/Thomas Nelson Review Pups of the Spirit
On 3/7 Ope's Opinions wrote: I had as much fun reading this book to Emma ( my four year-old granddaughter ) as she did listening to it. We talked about the different pups on each page. She wanted to hear it again and again. I decided to leave it at her house so she could look at all the pups whenever she wanted to. ... Pups of the Spirits
On 3/5 Renee K wrote: What a cute way to introduce children to the Fruits of the Spirit. The nine puppies are all different breeds with different personalities. I love how the story gives examples that a child can do on how to apply the Fruit of the Spirit in their life. The illustrations are fun and delightful. This is ... Pups of the Spirit by Jill Gorey Book Review